Customer Service Events and Community Engagement
The City's customer service counters at the Civic Centre at 61 Broun Avenue Morley are open as normal during its regular hours of 8.30am – 4.30pm weekdays.
Customers will be required to sign into the facility via the SafeWA app or by filling in a manual paper register.
Community members can also contact the City via phone on 9272 0622, email firstname.lastname@example.org or send a message via Facebook.
Events and programs will proceed as normal from Saturday 15 May, 2021.
Bayswater Waves and The RISE
Morley, Bayswater and Maylands (within the RISE building) Libraries are open, with programs and activities running as normal.
Visitors will be required to sign into the facility using the SafeWA app or by filling in a manual contact register.
Programs and activities will resume, including Storytime, Toddler time, Baby rhyme time, Storytime pop-up at Noranda Palms shopping centre, book clubs and Be Connected, Computer for Beginners Program.
Libraries can be contacted directly on 9272 0980.
Playgrounds, skateparks, barbeques, sports courts and community exercise equipment
The RISE has returned to regular opening hours, requiring sign in to the facility via the SafeWA app or by filling in a manual contact register.
For more information about The RISE visit https://bayswaterrecreation.com.au/rise/
Bayswater Waves has returned to regular opening hours, requiring sign in to the facility via the SafeWA app or by filling in a manual contact register. Capacity limits are in place for sauna and steam room facilities.
Visit www.bayswaterwaves.com.au for further information and bookings.
Morley Sport and Recreation Centre, which is managed by the YMCA on behalf of the City is also open.
Local playgrounds, skateparks and outdoor recreational facilities including picnic areas, outdoor fitness equipment, community tennis and basketball courts are open.
The Bayswater and Morley Community Centres are open, including activities, hairdressing and podiatry services. All visitors are required sign in to the facility via the SafeWA app or by filling in a manual contact register.
Bingo has resumed as per normal schedules.
Waste collection services
Maylands Peninsula Golf Course and Embleton Golf Course are open.
Sign in to the facility via the SafeWA app or by filling in a manual contact register is required.
Council and other meetings
Bin collections will continue as normal.
The City's budget
Council meetings will resume in-person, requiring sign in to the facility via the SafeWA app or by filling in a manual contact register.
Justice of the Peace
In June 2020, Council adopted a budget that will deliver $31 million in works to help stimulate the local economy without increasing rates.
Find out more here.
Working from home
RAJWA's Justice of the Peace Service, hosted by the City, is currently unavailable.
Search for a Justice of the Peace in your area here.
Rangers and Security
If you're temporarily working from home because of the Coronavirus and your normal work place is not at home, you do not need a home office registration from the City.
A home office registration is required for people who are self-employed and work from home on a permanent basis. A home office registration is free and can be obtained by completing and submitting the home office registration form to the City via the link below:
Home occupations and home businesses which entail customers coming to your property (eg. a home beauty business) still require planning approval. For further information please contact the City's Development Approvals on 9272 0921.
Financial Hardship Policy
The City's Rangers and Security team are operating as usual.
For the City's Ranger and Security please contact 9272 0972 during business hours:
For the City's 24/7 Security Watch service please call toll free 1300 360 333.
For enquiries regarding Graffiti please call 9272 0622 during office hours and 1300 360 333 after hours.
Mental Health and Community Support, Mental Health and Community Support
The City’s COVID Advisory Committee recently recommended Council adopt a Financial Hardship Policy that recognises the financial stress facing vulnerable ratepayers and provides flexibility in the payment of rates and service charges. The policy is part of the City’s longer term strategy to assist ratepayers and debtors who experience financial hardship. Find out more.